Vee are very sorry for ze late

I am just not finding the time to do anything lately, despite now having a ticket for the fast train. There are dishes from 2 days ago still waiting to be washed, I really need to clean the fridge out before I go away on Friday (it still stinks of mouldy raspberries even though I threw them out like a week ago) and I wanted to have a shower tonight to save me going out with wet hair in the morning, but it’s 8:05 pm already and I’m still waiting for tea to cook (stupid ridiculously slow oven!) so I shouldn’t imagine too many of those things are going to get done tonight. OK, I could probably be cleaning out the fridge right now instead of typing this, but do you honestly think I’ll still want to eat anything if I do that? See… point made!
So instead let me tell you a few things I learned over the weekend…

  1. Never, ever go food shopping at 8 o’clock on a Friday night when the Saturday is a holiday.
  2. Teenage wannabe goths dress exactly the same way now as they did when I was 15
  3. No amount of chocolate covered marshmallows can make up for a lack of sex. They will, however, make you feel sick and cause your teeth to hate you. (Before anybody makes any comments I would just like to add that this is no longer relevant. And now we change the subject, ok)
  4. Getting dressed on a Sunday is totally overrated
  5. So is exercise
  6. Amazon is incredibly hazardous to my bank account

Oh, and in case anyone was wondering about the title… my train to work was delayed this morning and that was what the English announcement sounded like. German rail workers’ accents are so much fun 😀

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5 thoughts on “Vee are very sorry for ze late

  1. I love German accents. 🙂

    Ooo, I remember how frustrating trying to shop around a holiday can be. Especially since nothing is open Sunday. Also, I agree with numbers 3, 4, and 6.

  2. sleepyjane – nothing here used to be, but now we have a Rewe that’s open til midnight.

    Welsh Girl – mostly a good kind of frantic, but hopefully not too permanent. It’s exhausting!

    Ali – No, it’s not just you. Although it may be just us two…

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